State of Georgia

canceled State of Georgia TV seriesNetwork: ABC Family
Episodes: 12 (half-hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: June 29, 2011 — August 17, 2011
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Raven-Symoné, Majandra Delfino, Loretta Devine, Kevin Covais, Jason Rogel, and Hasan Minhaj.

TV show description:      
This sitcom follows Georgia Chamberlain (Raven-Symoné), an aspiring actress with a larger than life personality from Atlanta. She dreams of hitting it big and becoming a household name.

Georgia moves to New York City with her science geek best friend, Josephina “Jo” Pye (Majandra Delfino). Unlike Georgia, Jo is shy and timid and is a graduate student in physics at Columbia University. She doesn’t have a clue how beautiful she really is and her hair and clothing are perpetually a mess.

The girls move into an apartment owned by Georgia’s Aunt Honey (Loretta Devine), a wealthy woman. She has a very active sex life and pops in to give the girls advice, listen to their problems, and share her own adventures. She’s willing to call in a few well-placed favors for her charges when the time is right.

To earn money, Georgia and Jo work together at the perfume counter of an upscale department store.

Things are also kept interesting at Jo’s physics class where’s she’s the leader of her group. It’s populated by students like nerdy Lewis (Kevin Covais) who has a crush on Jo; overweight Leo (Jason Rogel): and Seth (Hasan Minhaj), the target of Leo’s jokes.

Series Finale:     
Episode 12 — Locked Up, A Broad
Georgia asks Aunt Honey to borrow one of her vintage designer dresses for her audition video. When Honey forbids Georgia from wearing it, Georgia disobeys her and finds the dress in Honey’s storage room. Unfortunately, Georgia gets the sleeves caught in a spinning desk chair.
First aired: August 17, 2011.


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